What is EndNote?
EndNote is a citation management tool that allows you to collect and organize your references and instantly format your in-text citations and bibliographies using Microsoft Word.
EndNote comes in two versions: a free, online service called EndNote Basic which provides web-based access to your references, and EndNote X7 desktop software for Macs and PCs that can be purchased through the Nevada Wolf Shop. EndNote Basic can be used in conjunction with the desktop product to allow you access to your references from anywhere with an internet connection.
All UNSOM students, faculty and staff are eligible for a free EndNote Basic account.
- Cost: Free
- Reference storage: 50,000
- File attachment storage: 2 GB
- Bibliographic styles: 3300+
- Cost: $230 faculty, $116 students
- Reference storage: Unlimited
- File attachment storage: Unlimited
- Bibliographic styles: 6000+
Create your EndNote Basic Account
Get started by clicking on the library's databases tab and scrolling down to the link for the Web of Science database. You will be prompted to log in with your NetID and password. In Web of Science, click on the EndNote link in the center of the top menu bar and follow the directions to register for an account.
Once you have registered for an account you can access your EndNote library through Web of Science or by going to http://myendnoteweb.com.
Guides & Support
EndNote for iPad
An EndNote iPad App is available for download from the Apple Store. When used with EndNote desktop software it offers advanced PDF functionality and tools.
See this link for more details: http://endnote.com/product-details/ipad